SCHUYLER, Va. — Three longtime fans of a renouned TV uncover “The Waltons” have purchased a Virginia childhood home of a show’s creator in an bid to keep it open to a public.
Ray Castro, one of a buyers, tells The News Advance he was disturbed someone would buy a Schuyler home of Earl Hamner Jr. and use it as a private residence.
The home on a Virginia Landmarks Register was a basement for a show, that drew on Hamner’s Depression-era upbringing.
The new owners are instituting a few changes, including a employing of a full-time docent who will control guided tours.
Hamner died in Mar 2016 during 92. His uncover aired for 9 seasons and won some-more than a dozen Emmys.